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Modern Mid-Century: The Chapter Of The Modern Interiors Book

Modern Mid-Century – Modern Mid-Century architecture and interior designs were created by people who believe in a simple and still sophisticated design, where all forms follow function. Flat roofs and ceilings and asymmetric appearance, with the use of wide glass and open rooms, providing the outdoors atmosphere to get inside.     Modern Mid-Century products are simply well-designed objects with a timeless look, relying on colour to give it an interesting factor. Furniture designers use more exotic woods like teak or rosewood, mixing with other materials such as metal, fibreglass and plastic. It is an incredibly versatile style, allowing a total personalisation and customisation of your home. COMO Chaise Lounge, MECCA II Side Table, OSLO Rug and ARMSTRONG Floor Light The never-ending popularity of the Modern Mid-Century Style is based on many factors: this amazing style has got clean lines, soft organic curves, a love for different materials and designs. NOAKI Stool, MIRA Rug and BRYCE Console Form follows function, with minimal ornamentation, an exploration of different traditional and non-traditional materials, and a juxtaposition of different, contrasting materials. This style also has liberal use of a vast range of colours, from neutral to bolds, and graphic use of black and white; it showcases simplicity and connects us to nature. LALLAN Centre Table, ZULU Armchair, WALES…

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Lacquered Colors: Find the Best Inspirations for a Kid’s Bedroom Decor

Lacquered Colors: Find the Best Inspirations for a Kid’s Bedroom Decor ⇒ Lacquer is a multi-layered varnish technique that creates a beautiful and durable finish. It comes in any colour imaginable and ranges in sheen levels from matte to glossy. Today, the Best Design Books blog will explore a playful yet unique design moodboard that presents the best-lacquered colors one should use in their kid’s bedroom decor.     In contemporary design, lacquered accessories and furniture are on the rise. High gloss lacquer is a wonderful way to add a fun and interesting element to any room. Here are a few of our favourite lacquered accessories for every room in your home.     Below, you can find three exceptional designs that are worth checking out and will help you create the best and a more creative kingdom for your child:   Sky One Plane ⇒ The Sky One Plane is an aeroplane themed kids bed with a playful design that it’s both didactic and fun. An aeroplane inspired decoration for kids’ rooms is perfect to encourage the little explorers to develop their creativity. This aeroplane shaped kids bed is inspired by the Disney movie “Planes” character Skipper, an iconic Navy Corsair…

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Witness a New Renaissance Period of the Holographic Design Trend

Witness a New Renaissance Period of the Holographic Design Trend ⇒ One of the most original trends that have been the topic of discussion within the industry for quite some time now is the holographic avant-garde. This trend is more aesthetically pleasing than others mostly because of its visual and three-dimensional character. It is about turning a simple object into a complete visual masterpiece. Today, the Best Design Books will show how this trend can be adapted into product design.     While this sort of design has been around for decades inclusively dating back to the 1920s, as of recent, it has been in a renaissance period where multiple creators have applied to their products.       In order to achieve these mind-bending effects, all you need is a curated selection of furniture, lighting and upholstery. Psychedelic-like visuals, experimental and inspiring, drive us into an ancient atmosphere that becomes futuristic. It’s all happening indoors.       It can be tangible or abstract – but it should always be dazzling and hypnotizing. It can be minimal or complex – but it should always be magical and dreamy. It can be implicit or explicit – but it should always radiate…

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Pet-tecture: Design for Pets

Pet-tecture: Design for Pets – An inspiring, surprising, and fun collection of contemporary design for pets of different shapes, sizes, breeds, and species. The perfect book for design-conscious pet owners and animal lovers alike, Pet-tecture presents an irresistible assortment of hundreds of houses and objects by the world’s leading designers, created with our furred and feathered friends in mind – from cats and dogs to birds, rabbits, horses, fish, mice, guinea pigs – even kangaroos and turtles! Whether it’s playful cat trees, concrete dog homes, luxury chicken coops, 3D-printed fish tanks, or a dog-shaped cat scratcher, Pet-tecture has the incredible range of design for animals covered. This compact and portable book Includes works by some of the biggest names in global architecture and design, including Nendo, Kenya Hara, Sou Fujimoto, MAD Architects, Kengo Kuma, and Shigeru Ban. From the publisher of Nanotecture and Mobitecture. With two writers for parents, it was inevitable that London-based writer Tom Wainwright would take up a career in publishing. Tom began his career working on books at Miller’s, before moving to Phaidon to work on various architecture and design titles. It was there that he developed a passion for design. Pet-tecture: Design for Pets combines two of…

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California Designing Freedom and Influence on Contemporary Design

California Designing Freedom and Influence on Contemporary Design – How did California come to have such a powerful influence on contemporary design? This book explores how the ideals of the 1960s counterculture morphed into the tech culture of Silicon Valley, and how ‘Designed in California’ became a global phenomenon. The central premise is that California has pioneered tools of personal liberation, from LSD to surfboards and iPhones. This ambitious survey brings together political posters and portable devices, but also looks beyond hardware to explore how user interface designers in the San Francisco Bay Area are shaping some of our most common daily experiences. By turns empowering, addictive and troubling, Californian products have affected our lives to such an extent that in some ways we are all now Californians. Lavishly illustrated, California: Designing Freedom features essays by leading experts in the field, such as Barry M Katz and Louise Sandhaus, as well as interviews with key designers and thinkers, including Fred Turner, Kevin Kelly and April Greiman. It also features a rediscovered lecture by Steve Jobs, introduced by Apple’s chief design officer, Jonathan Ive. Justin McGuirk is a writer and curator based in London. He is the chief curator at the…

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Book Review: Nendo – Interior Design Book from Japan

Book Review: Nendo – Interior Design Book from Japan – The epitome of contemporary design from Japan that is also setting the tone for design’s future on the global scene. Oki Sato founded nendo in Tokyo in 2002. Since then, it has become one of the most sought-after design studios worldwide. The name nendo is Japanese for modeling clay. It is indicative of the studio’s playful, yet rational approach. Nendo: 10/10 is a comprehensive monograph of the studio’s work. Each of the book’s ten chapters showcases one of nendo’s design principles. Chapters explore, for example, nendo’s compelling approach to multiplying, linking, concealing, balancing, magnifying, and folding. Featured projects include vibrant store concepts and mystically inspired exhibition spaces as well as sculptural furniture pieces, home accessories, and design objects. Nendo’s impressively clear, yet intriguingly sophisticated work not only represents the epitome of contemporary design from Japan, but also sets the tone for design’s future on the global scene. See also: Our House in the City: New Urban Homes and Architecture There are few design studios worldwide that can deliver projects of such consistently high quality as the Japanese studio Nendo. Expertly melding architecture and interior, product, and graphic design with sculpture and installation,…

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Book Review: Interiors by Marcel Wanders 

Regarded by many as an anomaly in the design world, Marcel has made it his mission to “create an environment of love, live with passion and make our most exciting dreams come true.” His work excites, provokes, and polarises, but never fails to surprise for its ingenuity, daring and singular quest to uplift the human spirit, and entertain. Marcel Wanders’ distinctive output combines a flair for the theatrical with a unique understanding of space that has vaulted him into the top ranks of contemporary design. His interiors projects range from iconic hotels like the Mondrian South Beach in Miami, to fairy-tale private residences in Amsterdam, Mallorca, and Jakarta. Developed integrally with his product design, Wanders’ spaces incorporate a romantic, monumental sensibility that has redefined interior design. Marcel Wanders: Interiors features work from four continents including highly acclaimed designs for the Morgans boutique hotel chain (Thor restaurant in the Hotel on Rivington in New York) and the London flagship for Mandarina Duck.  See also: Book review: Coca-Cola Deluxe Ice Slipcase The interiors developed by Marcel Wanders combine the everyday with the extraordinary. These inspirational sources have been harnessed to create an unprecedented interior design volume. In his designs Marcel often mixes innovative…

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